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Welcome from the Dean
Where was your most dynamic and interesting class? Was it a large lecture or a small, evocative discussion group? Who was teaching and what were they doing? In this issue of our E-newsletter, we look at students’ experiences in 21st century classrooms. More ...
In the Spotlight
Symposium to Shine Light on
Videoconferencing Technology Brings World to UW
Teaching Kids About Earthquakes
Hong: 'Hardest Job I've Ever Loved'
Distinguished Teaching Awards 2009
UAA in the News
Sudar Named Gates Cambridge Scholar
2009 Common Book Focuses on Inheritance and Self-Discovery
Spring Celebration of Service and Leadership
12th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium
Distinguished Teaching Awards Showcase
For more information contact Sharon Walker, assistant director for Advancement.
The UW is one of only 14 schools in the nation to receive an A-minus on the 2009 College Sustainability Report Card, which was the highest grade given for 2009.
The UW enrolls more than 2,600 international students from more than 100 countries. The 11,232 international students studying in the state of Washington last year contributed more than $256 million to the state’s economy.
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